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this morning. new alarming developments out of north korea. jim juong unis vowing to target the u.s. the sworn enemy of the korean people. state nemedia reports kim has ordered top officials to stake quote substantial and high profile measures this after the united nations security council tightened sanctions against pyongyang after they launched the rocket last month. they will keep testing nuclear devices as part of an all out action against america promising to launch a rocket that could hit us, too. what do we do? general jack keen a general former vice chief of staff to the army. good morning. >> hi eric. >> this is amazing they have another nuclear test it could be the third. can they be stopped? >> well, we haven't stopped them to date that's for sure. we have done a lot of negotiations a lot of diplomacy prior oh to them developing the nuclear weapon. we have done the same thing since they have had a nuclear weapon and haven't been able to stop them from testing. kim ju kim jong-un is a young guy flexing his muscle politically. he wants to send a strong message to his people and the pe
was jim mcgovern, a massachusetts democrat in the house. used to be a staffer himself. that is how he got his start in politics. he remembers what it is like to be on the other end and know hes that staffers do a lot of the work in congress. no member can do it by himself and tends to run a low key office. asks that even interns call him by his first name. for whatever reason not sur are pleasingly, staffers like that and shows in the form of loyalty and he is able to build expertise. he is not having to constantly retrain people. treat the staff well and they stick around and your have expertise. >> shannon: what about the senate? >> the best member of the senate is john thune. both had only one in ten staffers leave every year. compare that to sheila jackson-lee, consistently 54% of her staff walk out every single year. >> shannon: a tough job whether you have a good or bad boss. don't get paid huge bucks. basically working 24/7. want to make sure you have a good boss. folks can read more? >> look up any member of congress at washingtontypes .com/losses. >> shannon: good to see you. pau
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